BOSTON (CBS) — Boston has broken yet another snowfall record during an unprecedented streak of snowstorms.

The city’s 30-day snowfall through 7 a.m. Monday was 61.6 inches, beating the previous record of 58.8 inches for the same amount of time in 1978, the National Weather Service confirmed.

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Up to two feet of snow was expected in Boston by Tuesday morning.

The new record snowfall mark was set in just 16 days, and the snowy weather pattern in the Northeast isn’t expected to let up anytime soon.

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Gov. Charlie Baker said that statewide, enough snow has been plowed to fill the Patriots’ Gillette Stadium 90 times.

“This is pretty much unprecedented,” Baker said.

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Last month’s Blizzard of 2015 was the sixth-snowiest storm in the city on record. Shortly after, Boston set a record for snowiest seven-day period of snow.